Analyst perspective: Making Red Hat Enterprise Linux your standard

When can unpaid Linux® actually cost more? When you need to support an enterprise.

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How moving to Red Hat Enterprise Linux can pay off
Register for this webinar to learn how global IT organizations benefit from standardizing on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux versus unpaid Linux:

  • More efficient operations
  • Quick recovery of up-front costs
  • More productive staff
  • Lower total cost of ownership in the long run

Al Gillen, IDC program vice president, takes you through these benefits as determined from the results of 2 Red Hat-sponsored research efforts: a detailed return on investment (ROI) study and Red Hat Enterprise Linux customer case studies.

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Date: July 19, 2012

Time:
  • 13:00 UTC / 9 a.m. (New York) / 3 p.m. (Paris) / 6:30 p.m. (Mumbai)
  • 18:00 UTC / 2 p.m. (New York) / 8 p.m. (Paris) / 11:30 p.m. (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Al Gillen Program vice president of system software, IDC

About Al Gillen: Al Gillen is responsible for IDC's operating systems and cloud and virtualization system software research, across both client and server on a worldwide basis. His coverage area includes in-depth analysis on operating system adoption and deployments as well as oversight for research on server virtualization software, cloud system software, and client virtualization software. Mr. Gillen brings 30+ years of computer industry experience to IDC. His research at IDC has included annual market share studies for operating system platforms; participation in special studies focusing on the total cost of ownership for Linux, Windows, and UNIX systems in both client and server configurations; and business value studies for virtualization software, server platform migration, Linux adoption, and the use of system software as part of cloud computing deployments.

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